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The Solicitors “(You Should See) The Look On Your Face”

We reviewed the Solicitors Blank Check last year, a very strong power pop album. Here is the latest video that is both funny and creepy at the same time! The new single “(You Should See) The Look On Your Face” is a slight departure from the bands raucous signature sound; dropping a few beats per […]

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Terry Manning and The Soulphonics

Terry Manning “Heaven Knows” If Terry Manning’s name sounds familiar it may be that he’s been one of the the most respected engineers and producers in music history — Led Zeppelin III, the first two Big Star records, Al Green, ZZ Top, the Staple Singers, Albert King, Shakira, Lenny Kravitz, and hundreds more have had […]

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Yorktown Lads and Watts

Yorktown Lads “Songs About Girls and Other Disasters” The buzz for this release was so long in coming, that many added it to their 2014 best-of list. It started as a Kickstarter campaign, endorsed by author & drummer John Borack, it was quickly funded and finally released to the public this year. Yorktown Lads are Huntington […]

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Colman “Play To Lose”

Colman is the solo project from former member of Insanity Wave, Colman Gota. Recorded with the help of Mitch Easter (REM). It’s got a solid Tom Petty vibe (his vocals are similar in style too), Colman does a great job on the opener “Bad Rerun” with hooks all over the place. “Hospital Bed” is equally […]

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Video: Two Gallants “We Are Undone”

Yeah, I know. Not power pop, but I love the guitar work here. Two Gallants are Adam Stephens (guitar, harmonica, piano and vocals) and Tyson Vogel (drums, guitar and vocals) and they’ve been making music together since the age of 12 and performing around San Francisco. Two Gallants’ fifth studio album is We Are Undone […]

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